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rIhe OUEGON STATESMAN, Salem, Orcgrca Friday Horning I,Xay I, 1S31
Society Nevs and Club Affairs
Schools Will Take
Active Part in
: f Music WeeWs
The spirit of "better music
week' will "be carried , out with
enthusiasm by the Salem school
system and ty special appearan
ces of group of school students
on programs which will be lyen
each! day and night of the week
which will begin May 3 and-continue)
until May 19. :
Miks Gretchen Kreamer. su
perintendent of music In the city
school system announces- that
each j school is preparing special
programs, some to be musical
tt'-ioters playlets and Informal
programs. . . .
I .Mite junior-high school will
have two such programs. The mu
sic groups will giTe a special pro
gram! at the activity nour -ruesasy
and the whete-achool will attend
th i standard broadcast hour
i PflTTish Junior high school
lyani uWer the direction of El
bert ! Derry will play before the
tresentClon of the Joint enuren
choir program to be giTe n Satur
day night at the armory unaer
the direction of E. W. Hobson.
" The-personnel of the band , in
cludes just Junior high school
students and many of them tery
Mtimr tnrinta Torlnried In the
personnel Is: .
Cornet: Jimmy Moyer,' Ernest
Meyer, Oliver Glenn, Robert Yea
ger, ;Edward Kinnaman, Margue
rite Wagner, Quay Wassam.l Tom
. Clarinet:, Rodney. M I a n p n,
" Maurice Mercer, Bob Keldotx;
Marian Ross, Harold Jepsen,-Roger
Baker. 1 '-.'I
Saxophones: Bill De Souza,
Frances Roth,- Lowell Williams,
Ellis! Walling. Bob Johnson; Wil
bur j McDowell, Arthur Clemens,
Dale-, Loreland. Jerome Sheridan.
Trombones: Bert Broer, ILoren
Benjamine, LeRoy Rickey.
x Alto: Ray Drakely. -.
Baritone: Marlal Wassam.
Bass: .Cornelius Unruh.
Drums: Norman Sumner, Dean
May Day Breakfast
Will Follovv Tradition
!One of the memorable tradi-
Hons of the May day festivities in
Willamette university is the May
day breakfast served by students
on the campus. .Townspeople as
well is students are invited to
take-advantage- of the breakfast,
and many Willamette graduates
will make a special effort Jo be
back for the "breakfast." In case
of rain it w!H be served in the
gymnasium. . . . . ,
-Following the breakfast
May Day Testivitles will beg:
the campus.. '
i The! second of the series of!
mlttee of women from the jBusi
'ness' land Professional Women's
club and the American Legion
auxiliary whicnVIs sponsoring the
Girl Scout movement in Salem,
was hjeld Wednesday at the home
of Mr. Elbert Bradford, Mrs. Al
len Edwards held high score for
the afternoon. -
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Misis Frances Virginle Jfelton
Is acting as one of the piano
Judges for contesting, students at
the sessions of the Oregon Feder
ation of music teachers conven
tion being held in Portland this
weekJ Miss Elma Weller lis an
other! Salem teacher who is one of
.the ensemble piano Judges.
Mrs. T. S.. Roberts entertained
the Kensington club Thursday af
ternoon and had as special
guests Mrs. H. C. Carl, Mrs.) Rob
ert Craig, Mrs. A. 'A. Keene "and
Mrs. J. T. Whlttig,
Olive M. Doak, Society Editor
j Friday, May 1
Brush College Grange, at Brush college
bouse; Buell Grange wUl present initiation woray do
glnnlng 7:30 o'clock. - - , " 1 .
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal, 2:30
o'clock with Mrs. James Walton, 1177 Center street.
- Salem Heights Woman's club, community hall, 2
o'clock; potluck luncheon followed by musical program.
Woman's Alliance of Unitarian church, with Mrs.
C.S. Hamilton, 290 North Front street. 2 o'clock.
Women's golf teams of Salem Golf club will have
special handicap tournament today. Qualifying round.'.
j Saturday, May" 2 J "
T. A. R. meeting, 2 o'clock in auditorium of city 11
brary, election of officers. ' - ; .
Past Regents club, luncheon at Spa, 12:30 o clock,
preceding regular D. A..R. meeting. ,,
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PLAY 15 TONIGHT
RICKREALL April 30. "An
Early Bird" is the title of a farce
comedy to be given by students
of .theRIckreall high school on
Friday night. May 1. i-
Those to take part in the clay
.ar Dorothy Middleton, Margar
et Edgar, Mildred Robinson, Eliz
abeth; Rowell, Edna McCrow,
, F!tnrd Hart trth! Caaa fr.nb
jr Hamilton, Ralph Dempsey, Joe
' Simmons. Dean Allen, - Verlin
. Hamilton, Pant Cass, and Gordon
BihL . .
Beginning at 7:30 before the
play starts and between acts the
grade; school will -hold a Spring
. carnival and sale of articles
made; by the children during
manual training and home eco
nomies periods. . i
Leslie Can Do ; ;
"Members of ! the Leslie Can "Do
class enjoyed a social evening and
program at the church Wednes
day night. A potluck dinner was
served at 6:30 o'clock in the
church parlors and this was fol
lowed " by a program of -music
given by Clark Wills. Mrs. Mason
Bishop, and Mrs. S. Darlow John
son.; Games and an informal so
clai evening concluded the party.
The -arrangements were in
charge of Dr. and Mrs. Ward Da
yisv Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green
wood, and Mr. : and Mrs. Clark
Will. " ;
Guests present . were Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Boyce. Mr. and -Mrs.
Roily. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. -Murray, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bohrn
stead, Rev and Mrs. S. barlow
Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Pound,-Mr. and Mrs. C' C. Dauer
and Mrs. H. Earl Pemberton.
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Easter Cantata to
i A delightful piece of music
which was given Easter Sunday
at the First Congregational church
was the double quartet cantata,
Jhe Light Out of Darkness." By
special request this cantata will
be repeated Sunday: night at 7:30
o'clock in the church auditorium
as a part of the evening service.
This will mark one of the first of
ferings on the program of "better
music week'.' which opens Sunday.
. Members of the quartet are
Mrs. Harry Harms, Mrs. Rae Bel
din," sopranos; Mrs. Mark McCal
Itster, Miss Lucille Cummlngs,
contraltos; H. B. Glaisyer, W. D.
Clarke, tenors;: Victor Wolfe, Ty
ler Morley, bass. Violin bbligatos
will be played by Miss Iva Claire
Love and Miss Grace Henderson
wilfbe organist. .
A large group of Salem matrons
are assisting the Salem Hospital
auxiliary with its drive for funds
this week endj Mrs. Harry Haw-
kins is president of the auxiliary
and will have charge of arrange
ments for Saturday. She will be
assisted by Mrs. George Waters
and Mrs. C. A. Sprague. Mrs.
Russell . Catlin was in charge
Thursday and was assisted in her
division by Mrs. Russell Catlin,
Mrs. C. H. Robertson. Mrs. John
L. Rand. Mrs. Miller Hayden. Mrs.
Oscar Price and Mrs. F. H. Crosby.
Mrs. Dan Fry, Jr., will be in
charge today and will be assisted
by Mrs. Willima Mott.-Mrs. Dan
"McLellaa, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs.
O. , E. Locke, Mrs. Edgar Pierce,
Mrs. Kenneth Power, Mrs. Frank
Chapman, Mrs. Rex Adolph and
Chapman. Mrs. Rex Adolph, Mrs.
Gordon Hadley, Mrs. James Linn
and Mrs. C. K. SpauWing.
Turner Members of the local
W, C. T. U., assisted by the Pleas
ant View union, were busy Wed
nesday entertaining the county
W. C. T. U. convention, which was
heldi in the Christian church. A
large picture of Frances E. WH
lard occupied a prominent place,
amid the decorations of purple
and white lilacs. Three numbers
of local' entertainment were given
at the noon hour by high school
talent,'-:; - " - .. ; ". -. r '"
Covers were placed for about
65 at lunch, and others attended
the if ternoon session.-: The Salem
ladies arrived in a special bus.
Mother's Day Program
Tov be Club Feature f '
Klngwood -Members of ' the
Laurel Social Hour dub gathered
Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Smith for their
semi-monthly meeting. Following
the. business session at which
Mrs. J. A. yantiss presided, a so
cial hour was enjoyed with nee
dlework and conversation and an
amusing game. The ! hostess was
assisted In serving byMrs.J. W.
Edgar, Mrs. Ammon JGrlce and
Mrs. Ed Finley. ' ;
Members present were Mes
dames A. L. Applewhite, J. A.
Yantiss, R. A. Blevins, G. L. Ad
ams,. Warren B. - Baker, Albert
Beckman, Eugene Krebbs, Ed
Finley, , E. W. Emmett, .Theodore
Bernard and the hostess, Mrs. J.
B. Smith. Special ' guests were
Mrs. J. W. Edgar, Mrs. Ammon
Grice and 4lrs. Olin Cannoy.
The club members will i meet
Tuesdsfy, May 12 wittf Mrs. Yan
tiss. at which time a shorty Moth
er's day program will be given
and each member will bring as a
special guest either her mother or
some other elderly lady. .
In lin with all the other "bet
ter music week" activities plan
ned for the" week of May 3-10,
Willamette university announces
an" ensemble. program for Wed
nesay night. May 6. The program
will be given in Waller hall at
8 o'clock and will be open to the
The following program has been
BeethoTen Allerro from Krit Symploay
Webr . Overture t "Oberon"
Frances Laws Elizabeth rimi.nt
Liait , ... Etuda da Concert in Be-flat
MacDowell : Ritrandon
Mildred Bowman Mariorr O'Detl
leemi Taylor Plantation Lot Sons
Handel . Largo
Rica . Carmen
- TH ire bis Ciet C'lnb
Brahma , Kix ValseJ
1 Kobert Read . Loia Barton '
Oritt, Allegro from Concerto in La minor
(Orchestral parts on second piano by
. ' 1 '
Mrs. Gwendolyne Jarmen Stoli-
ker was "hostess in compliment to
Miss Katherlhe Hayward Tues
day evening at the Jarmen home
for a group of the younger set.
Miss Hayward leaves soon for a
tour of Europe.
Mrs. Denton ' Gives
Convention Report '
Mrs. Mary A. Denton, state,
county, - and Salem ' chairman of
the Oregon "better music week
observation, attended the Wed
nesday session of the Oregon Fed
eration of Music clubs In it an
nual convention meeting held
this year In Portland,
i Mrs. -Denton gave her report of
the activities of the state in its
plans for -observing "better music
week". This. year 100 cities and
towns .will-observe the .week In
contrast to 75 last year. This many
have already sent in contempla
ted programs to Mrs. Denton and
she expects many - more' so that
the number will be even greater
this year than 100. In addition to
this 50 communities have signi
fied an Intention to giye special
programs, ' and 175 schools and.
in contrast to 125 last year.
There - will -also -be 35 -universities
and colleges which will ob
enre the -week. , .".
' : The 15 3 1 'better magic" week
program will mark the eighth
year of Its observation in Ore
gon. The programs featured for
the week have grown from rery
Insignificant affairs to preten
tious affairs which Include the
whole community. In Salem the
Salem Music Teachers association
has been the active sponsorers of
the week and Mrs. Mary A. Den
ton has been the active chairman
to promote with . enthusiastic as
sistance programs which have
made Salem well known the state
over. . .
i An outstanding feature of bet
ter music" week programs all
over the United States, this year
will be recognition of the nation
al . anthem, "The Star Spangled
Banner", which became official
by an act of congress -signed by
President Hoover March 4.
A large delegation was report
ed by "Mrs. Denton to be in at
tendance at the state convention.
Excellent programs have been
planned for each of the sessions
which will close May 2.
, Aj report on the extension work
accomplished in federating mu
sic organizations all over the
state with the state federation
will be read today. The report
was prepared by Mrs. Denton, ex
tension chairman'. -
Miss Betty-Mae Hartung is
chairman of the general arrange
ments for the dance to be given'
Saturday night in the Masonic hall
by Chad wick chapter, Order of
Rainbow for Girls.
Assisting Miss Hartung will -be
Miss Jean Eastridge, Miss Hattie
Ramp, Miss Josephine McGilchrist,
Miss Roberta Smith, Miss Kath
eryn Corey and Miss Alta "Johnson.
s Members of the First Metho- j
dist church are planning a social
affair at the churth Tuesday j
evening. May 5. Dinner will be
served between 5:30 o'clock and
8:30 o'clock and a musical pro
gram will be given under the di
rection of Mrs. A. A. Schramm
and Mrs. Herbert E. Rahe. O.
E. Price is general chairman and
other members of the committee
are Mrs. Walter Winslow, Mrs.
O. E. Price, Mrs. W. C. Young,
Mrs. Thomas Holman, and Miss i
' 'BURY GERVA1S LAD
GERVAIS, April 30 Funeral
t services for Harold Susee, ten
year ld son of. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Susee, who died Sunday - night,
were held at nine o'clock Wed
nesday morning . from -Sacred
Heart church. Rev. H. A. Orth of
ficiating, and burial was at the
Catholic cemetery-east of town.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is Hereby Given, That
the undersigned, by an order of
the County Court of the State of
Oregqn, for the County of Mar
ion, duly 'made and entered on
the 22d day of April, 1331, was
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of -Brantson B. Miles, De
ceased, and that he "has duly
qualified as such Administrator.
AU.perso: j having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified,
as required by law, to him in the
City .of Salem, in Marion County,
Oregon, within .six months of
the date of this 'notice.
Dated this 24th -day of April,
1931.! . . 1 . v - -
I JAS. G HELTZEL,
Administrator of the Estate of
Brantson B. Miles, Deceased. .
Date " of " First Publication:
April 24, 1931.
Date of Last Publication: May
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